A Thousand Horses Share Their Favorite Track From Debut ‘Southernality’ Album
A Thousand Horses are anxiously awaiting the release of their debut album, Southernality. The group caught up with Taste of Country Nights host Sam Alex to talk about the album's release, and one of their favorite songs on the record.
The four-man band formed in Nashville in 2010 and consists of Michael Hobby, Bill Satcher, Zach Brown and Graham Deloach. They got their first taste of success with their debut single, "Smoke," and now they're anticipating the release of Southernality on June 9. The album is now available for pre-order on iTunes, and when fans purchase it, they receive six tracks up front.
The band members all agree they're "excited" about the release, but there is one song they are most eager for fans to hear. The group says "Sunday Morning" is the one they can't wait to share with people. They each have their own reasons that this song means the most to them, but one reason has to do with who they collaborated with on the song.
A Thousand Horses co-wrote the tune with Rich Robinson of the Black Crowes, and they agree it's "like the most from all of us kinda song," adding that they're "feeling it." They "went in an old church in Nashville" that has a recording studio, got to work with Robinson and a drummer and "jammed." The resulting song is one they say anyone can relate to.
Sam Alex is the host of Taste of Country Nights radio, a syndicated night show which airs on more than 60 Townsquare Media Group stations nationwide.
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